Project Resources

This page lists publically available research outputs form the DPOC project. Wherever possible, deliverables have been deposited with the relevant university research repository to ensure on-going access after the end of the project.

If you are a member of staff from CUL or Bodleian Libraries interested in internal documentation please send us a message  and a team member will be in touch.

 

Templates and Toolkits


Halvarsson, E. and Langley S., (2019). Digital Preservation Policy Toolkit. Dataset. Oxford University Research Archive. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5287/bodleian:qq9Z7wddQ

Mason, S. and Pretlove, L., (2018). Digital Preservation Training Needs Assessment Toolkit. Dataset. Oxford University Research Archive. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5287/bodleian:pz64RQmGE

Mason, S. (2018). Digital Preservation Training Programme Pilot ToolkitDataset. Oxford University Research Archive. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5287/bodleian:yrPm5qnaR

 

Policies and strategies


Bodleian Libraries’ Digital Preservation Policy, version 2.0.3

Cambridge Digital Preservation Policy version 1.0. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.32927

 

Data sets


Gerrard D.M., Halvarsson, E., Langley, S., Mason. S., Mooney and J.E., Prelove L., (2019). Digital Preservation at Oxford and Cambridge Project Social Media (2016-2019). Dataset. DOI: TBC

Langley S. and Pretlove L., (2018).  Digital Preservation Maturity, Resourcing, Policy and Strategy Survey (2018) – Selected Anonymised Raw Data. Dataset. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.26222

 

Journal articles and monograph chapters


Gerrard D.M., Mooney J.E and Thompson D., (2018). “Digital preservation at Big Data scales: proposing a step-change in preservation system architectures“. Library Hi Tech. Vol. 36 Issue: 3. pp.524-538, https://doi.org/10.1108/LHT-06-2017-0122

Langley S., (2018). Digital Preservation Should be More Holistic: A Digital Stewardship Approach. In Myntti J and Zoom J. (eds) Digital Preservation in Libraries: Preparing for a Sustainable Future. ALA Editions Chicago, pp.241-262. ISBN: 978-0-8389-1745-9

Langley S., Halvarsson E., Sarah. M, Pretlove L., Gerrard D.M and Mooney J.E., (2018). Could Collaborative Research between Two Major Libraries Help Consolidate Digital Preservation and Break the “Project Cycle”?. In Myntti J and Zoom J. (eds) Digital Preservation in Libraries: Preparing for a Sustainable Future. ALA Editions Chicago, pp.241-262. ISBN: 978-0-8389-1745-9

 

Conference papers and posters


Halvarsson, E. and Mason S., (2016). Parallel Auditing of University of Oxford and University of Cambridge’s Institutional Repositories. Poster. Exhibited at the 12th International Digital Curation Conference, 20 – 23 February 2017, Edinburgh, UK. ORA UUID: 058d21df-9042-4df4-b5d7-e9ef475b82da

Mason S., (2018). ‘Skills for IT specialists in digital preservation: a fourth lens for DigCurV?’Paper presented at VALA 2018 Conference, 13 – 15 February 2018, Melbourne, Australia. ORA UUID:e8c691ac-3839-4408-8e75-8c19e974c551

Mason S. and Halvarsson E., (2017). ‘Designing and implementing a digital preservation needs assessment: Findings from the Bodleian Libraries’ institutional repository‘. Paper presented at iPres 2017 Conference, 25 – 29 September 2017, Kyoto, Japan. ORA uuid:6be5fd04-735c-4818-baa6-3500128d7ab8

Mason S. and Prelove L., (2017). ‘Digital preservation skills assessment toolkit: a collaborative development’. Poster. Exhibited at iPres 2017 Conference, 25 – 29 September 2017, Kyoto, Japan. ORA UUID: uuid:89efae7d-622e-4002-aff4-dfbc7100665e

Mooney, J.E. and Gerrard D.M., (2017). ‘Technical aspects of the Polonsky digital preservation programme’. Poster. Exhibited at iPres 2017 Conference, 25 – 29 September 2017, Kyoto, Japan. ORA UUID: 9b7b4744-a2c0-4089-a92b-31b60624bcdf

 

Presentations


Mason S. and Pretlove L., (2017). ‘Skills for digital preservation’. PowerPoint presentation. Presented at PASIG 2017 Conference , 11 – 13 September 2017, Oxford, UK. [Available via:] https://pasig.figshare.com/pasigoxford [last accessed 2019-01-06]

Langley S., (2017). Realistic digital preservation in the near future: How to get from A to Z when B seems too far away?. PowerPoint presentation. Presentation at PASIG 2017 Conference , 11 – 13 September 2017, Oxford, UK. [Available via:] https://pasig.figshare.com/pasigoxford [last accessed 2019-01-06]

Langley, S. et al (2017). Operational Pragmatism in Digital Preservation: establishing context-aware minimum viable baselines. Panel session at iPres 2017 Conference, 25 – 29 September 2017, Kyoto, Japan. [Available via:] https://ipres2017.jp/wp-content/uploads/69Somaya-Langley.pdf [last accessed 2019-01-06]